A CHRISTMAS MESSAGE TO ALL MTHWAKAZIANS FROM HRM KING MZILIKAZI II, THE KING OF THE ROYAL KINGDOM OF MTHWAKAZI
Mthwakazi omuhle ondlela zimhlophe, Bantwana beNkosi yoHlanga, sizwe seZizwe, Nzalo yamaKhosi, Bantwana bakaNkulunkulu uYise kaJesu Krestu! Ngiyalibingelela sizwe esithandwe nguMvelinqangi, ngizethula kini ngehlonipho enkulu sizwe esihloniphekayo, sizwe samaqhawe. Ngithi kini, “Khisimusi!”
Mthwakazi omuhle, it has been a long road from freedom lost to freedom found. We passed through Southern Rhodesia to Rhodesia, from Rhodesia to Zimbabwe Rhodesia, from Zimbabwe Rhodesia to Zimbabwe; all very strange territory.
We carry the deep scars of each territory, but finally though wounded and still bleeding we are more than glad we are back Home, our peaceful, joyful Home, Our Royal Kingdom of Mthwakazi.
The revocations and the declarations that I made at Gadade on 5th November, 2016 as the King of Mthwakazi were enough to restore our stolen Kingdom.
For those that are still waiting for “a more superior voice” from those that had forcefully stolen our country and destroyed our Kingdom to declare things here, please note that you are totally missing the mark. There is no authority that is greater than the King in his Kingdom.
So all that is left now is to work on the formalities and modalities. And this will begin in earnest as soon as you Mthwakazi are ready to get up and, fully and publicly stand with your King. God has made sure that I, with no money at all and with only the help of my family and less than a handful of very passionate Mthwakazians. He accomplishes His purpose for Mthwakazi. Glory be to His Wonderful Name.
Now all that is left for the nation is to rally behind their servant leader, HRM King Mzilikazi II passionately, but peacefully, and without fear, likhuza u “BAYETHE!!!” Kuyabe sekuphelile, ngoba iNkosi yona iyazi lapho osekumele kuyiwe khona. Now the Kingdom of Mthwakazi needs you; your King needs you.
Some of the deep scars and the bleeding wounds that stand as a reminder of the strange territory that we passed through as a nation is tribalism, racism and this element of superiority through surnames (izibongo). The vision that God gave to our ancestor, King Mzilikazi was for Him to build a single nation out of many people groups and different languages. This, he achieved, within a lifetime by God’s grace.
God even included the White people early in the building stages of this Mthwakazi Kingdom through Robert Moffat who voluntarily and genuinely submitted to the King and became a very valuable and trusted member of this community. This superiority mentality was however already at work even during the reign of King Lobhengula, with his Abezansi thing. Wise leaders don’t do things like that.
All the languages of Mthwakazi belong to the nation. They are our heritage as a nation and they are never designed to define tribes. They are there to enrich our communication and for our joy. Our family names carry our glorious history and family identity. The proud family history is a national heritage because it is those family heroes who become our national heroes. These names are not designed to create a foolish sense of superiority over others, worse still by people who have not achieved any good thing in life.
Every new day levels the ground and gives each one of us an equal opportunity to build his/her profile by doing a noble thing of note and thereby adding a new praise name to your family. To the nation you become our hero and we all proudly sing your praises. This must never be a source of division but unity and pride.
The unity of Mthwakazi, with all its languages, izibongo, diverse origins, and even nationalities and skin colours is God’s will for us and its achievement gives Him glory and we will definitely enjoy the goodwill.
The ideology that our ancestor King Mzilikazi used to build this nation even out of many different people groups and nationalities was UBUNTU. This ideology is based on loving and respecting your Creator, and loving and respecting other people as yourself, no matter how disadvantaged they may be.
UBUNTU works from the heart and not from the head, and works well only where people value relationships genuinely and there is no greed and no lies. Opinions may differ but that should not be the reason for disrespect or enmity unless “wondliwe kubi”, which makes you a social misfit koMthwakazi despite your age. Now I say to all Mthwakazi home and away, let’s go back to UBUNTU beginning NOW! Let every aspect of our lives and dealings be guided by this value, because this is the foundation of Mthwakazi. Do not copy other nations because it is from you that nations will come to learn. This is God’s grace for this Kingdom of Mthwakazi; a leader among nations.
As an update; I have been visiting communities within the kingdom at their request. Even though I live amongst them, interacting with them has been an eye opener. The amount of suffering and the fear that has been ingrained into their very blood stream is a serious cause for concern. However the King is very well received everywhere he goes, it’s amazing. It is as if the people have waited for this time all their lives, I am so happy for them. The meetings are continuing because they are a beginning of the healing process. Unfortunately abanye abangasiza basabhekile, abancedisi lokuncedisa, bathi bazayicela isivuthiwe. Iyabe iphekwe ngubani?
I now take this opportunity to wish you all a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year, 2017. You will not wait for September emgubheni to be happy because that is not the will of God for you, it’s already too late. Your full restoration is now complete. Happy Restoration, Happy Mthwakazi, Happy New Life! You are forever blessed beginning now. Take care of yourselves, your King needs you; your Kingdom needs you, most importantly your God needs you. I truly love you all. Let us meet by God’s grace in the New Year and unite our efforts behind the King and quickly complete the remaining formalities. Remember UBUNTU!